John wasn't finished with us, not by a long shot, but a certain someone made that choice for him. This album was like a vol.2 of "Double Fantasy". But for Lennon fans both albums has one major flaw: YOKO. Her songs on the albums aren't the worst thing she's ever done, but coulden't they have made an album each, so you could seperate it, and just listen to John or Yoko. As for this album, I'll be concentrating on John only. 1."I'm Stepping Out" is a great rocker. It would have been an ekstra bonus if it had been the complete take with the second verse "called up the doctor...". That song is also represented by a home demo. 3."I don't wanna face it" is just as catchy. 5."Nobody Told Me" was a major hit at the time this album was first released in '84. 7."Borrowed Time" is a great reggae-like track.
9."(Forgive Me) My Little Flower Princes" sounds a bit unfinished, but I woulden't have missed it for the world. 11."Grow Old With Me" the classic that never were. If only John had gotten the chance to make a studio recording of this fantastic song. The sound on this demo has been improved since the original release. Then we have the '84 mix of Yoko's "Every Man Has A Woman..."
with (almost) only John's vocals on it. Finally we get a 22 min. segment of his very last interview. I don't know about you but when he, just 5 hours before his death says "I always considered my work one piece, that won't be finished until I'm dead and buired, and I hope that's a long long time.." I get a lump in the throat!. So much more to give.